Tax and VAT funding for SMEs

Take control of your tax bills

Spread your tax bills across the year

Every business feels the pinch of an upcoming tax bill. Wesleyan Bank's tax and VAT funding can help make the inevitable more manageable.

  • Get an unsecured loan to fund your tax liability
  • Spread the cost of your corporation or income tax bill over 6 or 12 months
  • Spread quarterly VAT payments over 3 to 12 months
  • Competitive interest rates
  • Keep your capital for other important areas of your business

Tax funding for SMEs

Small businesses have big dreams. But when tax bills come along and put your cash flow under pressure, it can put all your plans on pause.

At Wesleyan Bank, we don’t think tax should hold you back. That’s why we offer tax funding loans for SMEs. Our short-term loans allow you to pay your tax liability up front, then pay us back monthly for up to a year.

By spreading your tax payments, you can put your capital to better use - investing in the future of your business.

Find out how to make the most of business funding in our guide to demystifying tax.

VAT funding

As well as providing income and corporation tax funding, we can help SMEs and other businesses spread the cost of VAT bills.

We offer flexible, unsecured loans to spread your liability over 3 to 12 months. It means predictable, manageable monthly payments rather than a quarterly crisis.

Whatever your circumstances, get in touch and see how we can help you take control of your tax situation today.

Important information

Wesleyan Bank acts as both a lender and a broker. 

Where we act as a broker, loans are provided by a single lender. We receive a commission payment calculated as a percentage of the overall loan value from the lender. This commission payment does not impact the final amount that you pay for borrowing.

Written quotations are available on request from Wesleyan Bank Ltd. Credit facilities are subject to status and only available to UK residents over the age of 18. Wesleyan Bank Ltd reserves the right to decline any application.

Depending on the circumstances and where required by law, loans will be regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority and the Consumer Credit Act.